The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Redonda Island
REDONDA (rā-dŏn'dạ) ISLAND, West Indies, one of the Leeward group, situated between Nevis and Montserrat. Iron and alumina mines constitute its economic importance. It is a dependency of Antigua, and with Barbuda, another dependency, makes an area of 62 square miles. The total population of the three islands is about 35,000.